New major in Spatial Science degrees at USQ

By on 15 May, 2012
USQ Faculty of Engineering and Surveying is launching an urban and regional planning major in the Associate Degree and Bachelor of Spatial Science. Like the existing majors, surveying and GIS, the Associate Degree enables students to get a qualification after two years and, if they wish, continue their studies to gain the four year degree required to become professional planners.
The program is offered on-campus or by distance education, a fully flexible program to suit the needs of students and industry. Distance education means staff are able to continue to working while undertaking study.
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